One of the biggest names in British music are coming to our shores next year.
Pulp, who helped define the 1990s with their anthems 'Common People', 'Disco 2000' and 'Do You Remember The First Time?' will play Dublin's St Annes Park next June.
The Britpop legends are back on the road following a 10-year hiatus, and will be a series of gigs across the UK next summer.
The Irish leg of the tour will take place on Friday, June 9th in the beautiful surroundings of St Annes Park, which has recently welcomed the likes of Dermot Kennedy and Duran Duran.
In the most Jarvis Cocker statement possible, the frontman said "three months ago, we asked, What exactly do you do for an encore?”
"Well, An encore happens when the crowd makes enough noise to bring the band back to the stage."
"So… We are playing in the UK & Ireland in 2023. Therefore… Come along & make some noise."
Cocker stoked fan excitement earlier this year when he confirmed on his Instagram page that he was planning to take Pulp back on the road in 2023 after nearly a decade on the sidelines.
Pulp hasn't released any new material since 2001's 'We Love Life', but with the band heading back on tour, we wouldn't be surprised if they had new material to accompany them.
The band's back catalogue remains some of the most biting and clever rock music of the 1990s, with Jarvis Cocker's droll, salt-of-the-earth lyrics making him an unlikely superstar in the era of Oasis and Blur.
Their headling performance at Glastonbury in 1995 cemented their place in the history books as one of the most iconoclastic bands to ever attain mainstream success, and we can't wait to see what Cocker and Co. have to offer in Dublin next June.
Tickets will go on sale on Friday, November 4th, on Ticketmaster.